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. and a defiant rick perry in washington, d.c. today fighting back against his indictment. this weekend he's off to new hampshire, by the way. could his legal troubles back home in texas which are partisan when it comes to investigation is helping him politically. finally, a reminder tonight that we have a tough election coming up this fall. you've got to get registered, get planning and vote. nobody watch the show unless you are going to vote. you saw what happened in ferguson when you don't vote. this is "hardball" , the place for politics. >>> senator claire mchaskill of missouri announced she'll lead a senate hearing into what's called the militarization of local police departments. the issue has been a hot one after days of clashes, sometimes violent, between protesters and police following the death of michael brown in ferguson, missouri. senator mchaskill called the for the de mille trization of the ferguson police department and has been a local leader on the ground working to deescalate the situation. she's on the job. "hardball" returns after this. so we gave people the power of the re
, governor perry says that all options have to be on the table to deal with isis. aftermarks come wednesday, when he pleaded not guilty to abuse of power charges. this is just over 30 minutes. [applause] >> he never ages. anyway, thank you for the imitation to be here today. i refer to this as a little wellspring of wisdom in the desert of washington, d.c. heritage, thank you for what you do, and to genevieve, for allowing us to come and be a part of this today. and jan, thank you for the program. i mentioned it you do, in fact, , look eternally young. some of you may not know this. rich has been the head of national review for as long as i've been governor of texas. that is a pretty lengthy period of time. you don't get to stay around that long unless you are really good at what you do, or just really lucky. i suggest both of those things. it doesn't hurt to be both. as he shared with you, and some of you might have heard that there are some interesting things going on back in my home state. right now, there are a few public officials in travis county who have taken issue with an exercise
elevar su perfil como posible candidato presidencial republicano, el gobernador de texas, rick perry, declarÓ en washington que no tiene sentido discutir una posible reforma migratoria sin asegurar primero la frontera. >> hasta que la frontera este seguro no habrÁ conversaciÓn en este paÍs sobre cualquier tipo de reforma migratoria. los estonios no confÍan en washington para hacer una reforma migratoria integral, hasta que esa frontera se asegura. >> el gobernador tambiÉn criticÓ la respuesta del código federal a la crisis de los niÑos en la frontera. grupos conservadores concuerdan en que una reforma migratoria no es factible por ahora. >> pensamos que se debe hacer varias cosas. no una ley comprensiva, pero por ejemplo, una vez que aseguramos la frontera devotamente trabajar con honduras y con guatemala. >> organizaciones en favor de la reforma migratoria y que ahora presidan por medidas ejecutivas de la casa blanca, dicen que son los republicanos de la cÁmara quienes no han hecho nada. >> se trata de un republicano mÁs que está buscando excusas y usando a nues
as well, rick perry says he was confident he will be vindicated on two felony indictments he is facing. he spoke at the heritage foundation today. will fightsure you i this attack of our system of with my fellow citizens, republicans and democrats, i aim to defend our constitution and stand up for the rule of law. >> he is accused of abusing the power of his office. once he leaves he is heading to the state of new hampshire. >> and missouri's governors ordering during the national guard to pull out a ferguson after a night of relative calm. a handful of people were required in the quietest of night cents michael brown was shot and killed by a police officer. for thee fundraiser officer has raised more than $130,000. another four michael brown's $115,000 inaised seven days. a lot of people talking about these funds on the wjla facebook page. we invite you to a town hall special on the issues raised by the outrage in ferguson. america reacts on our sister station news channel 8 and on wjla.com. tonight, a dispute between a landlord and his tenants leaves two men under arrest and four people
to invest and create jobs. in texas, governor rick perry has been charged with trying to use the powers of his office, to muscle a county prosecutor out of office, after she was convicted of drunk driving. the district attorney in question rose mary are is a democrat, the county where she serves travis is also the home of the state government in austin, and thus, investigates official corruption. lamb burg still in office, governor perry insists the charges against him are are pure harassment, poll tiggs in trouble, this time on inside story. texas governor, turning himself in and then posing for a mug shot, the longest serving chief executive in the state history, he was indicted last week by a grand jury on charges of abuse of power. on the powers of the office of governor. there are important fundamental issues at stake. and i will not allow this attack on our system of government to stand. >> the charges stem from perry threatening to veto and then vetoing funding for a county district attorneys office, allegedly for political reasons. perry says he street toted the funding pause th
has sleeper cells in the u.s.? we heard from governor rick perry in texas that you know, he actually said it's a real possibility. that's a quote, that isis has crossed into the u.s. over the southern border. >> i think we after 13, 14 years of war and my 25 years of following these guy, we have to take a deep breath. the reason is this. i doubt there's a formal cell here. i don't know. what i witnessed in years of watching these guys is clus terz of youth who were not formaldehyde mali organized who might be inspiring each other and who would come together over the course of time, baby over going to paintball, for example, and say hey, we've seen what al baghdadi did. maybe we should build a backpack bomb. i think it's likely there are kids like that in formal clusters. formal cells like the kind you see in hollywood, i would be more convinced that. >> more that would be inspired by it. a question to you, john. as the perspective of a navy seal, do you see and do you remember fellow seals and former seals see isis as worse than other enemies that you've dealt with? is there somethin
, is, rick perry, the governor of texas, a speak here today the conservative think tank, he also had stood up and applauded the more robust spoors and the pomming of those is, il or islamic state groups although he is calling for more. so political opposition so far, bekind what president obama is doing. >> we want to give you more of a flavor of what is being said at the pentagon, so let's listen live, here is defense secretary the top civilian official in the pentagon, and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, the top military commander, in the u.s. department of defense. >> every day, the intelligence community, and the leaders regardless of who the administration is, or the secretary of defense, deals with this every day, that we don't want to face that again. ever. 9/11 or any part of it, so we have to look at this, from the reality of what is out there, but also what could be out there. and what could be coming. is this long term, sure, it is. >> is it a calculation, that isil presents a 9/11 level threat to the united states? >> jim, isil is a sophisticated and well funded as
. >> i urge you to look at "lchl l.a. law" season 4, episode 14. >> rick perry now is being accused of criminal wrong, felonious behavior and chris christie has federal investigations and bob mcdonnell is testifying in his own behavior. how damaging is this for the republican brand? >> it's not right bucks it's the way it works. if you're a big fish politician and you get indicted and get acquitted and sometimes it helps you. >> a la rick perry. >> i don't see a political future in him, in part because i don't think he'll want to do it. those other guys, if they're acquitted, comeback city. >> just rocky style running up the stairses. >> down the steps of the courthouse, victory lap over at fox news. >> i'm probing. did you see what i just did? i worked in a hollywood reference. >> you did and i was humming under my breath, but i am so poorly miked, no offense, that you couldn't hear it it. >> mike halpern it is always good to see you. the american political journalism, hundreds of years old, apparently. >> and like leonard maltin. that is all for now today. i will see you tomorrow
for defense order the part of defense perry that have a formal statement which i hope might be made part of the record . the limitation as the focus on the revolution, especially the recent evolution of military compensation, particularly added we get to where we are now. i would argue there are three important forces that have created the compensation system that is the subject of discussions. first and other military pay explains the lack of so much a military composition is deferred and a substantial part is offered in kind as opposed to in cash. second : there is a desire by the kutcher to recognize reward for those who have served in the military which explains a substantial growth in a series of benefits and last 15 years another appeal every ducks to with the advent of check ever arrived, the expansion of g.m. bill and the decision to make some of its benefits tense verbal. these substantial relaxation of the century old ban on concurrent receipt of federal, annuities. the third force, of course, has been emphasized this morning, the need to ensure that we have a high quality all-
of what is going on globally, in addition to the hot topic of thernor perry bringing national guard to the texas border, our resources stretched too thin? not is being done to help just the border but your resources overall? >> well, you have heard both mr. ahearniner and that capabilities are driven by the resources that congress gives us. i don't think there is anybody in law enforcement who says they have everything they need or would like to i do think that what you have to see, and it is from every federal agency, to use mr. reiner's -- mr. wagner's phrase, is are we targeting the issues that produced the best law enforcement outcome? there have been many discussions along the assault was border about what should we be doing. i will tell you that as we bring all the tools we have up to the fight, dismantling organizations that will smuggle money and arele and contraband, they issue agnostic. crime is done for profit. taking the tools away, the resources, the assets is the right approach. it could be an alien smuggling case, but going after the bank account with the money is rea
to the pages of "usa today," a profile of texas governor rick perry and the headline from the store but ricky gervais. rick perry comes out fighting. talks about his recent events. he goes on to say -- by the way,k perry >> host: by the way, rick perry scheduled to speak in washington at the topic is on immigration. in the address other concerns as well. you can see that live on c-span starting at 11:00. texas governor rick perry speaking here in washington, d.c. open phones, florida, democrat's line. good morning, hello. >> caller: hello. i wanted to ask a question from the other show that was on just before. mr. hamilton -- hello? >> host: mr. hamilton? what do you mean? >> caller: well, he was the gentleman who's on the show just before tal talking about the cln air act. >> host: correct. go ahead. >> caller: i can't hear myself speaking. >> host: go ahead. >> caller: well, mr. homestead, i'm sorry. first of all, we are taught that in being a former government employee and representative of the environmental protection agency. but i would like to know his current position. i believe he is
hearing that. -- >> o, i love hearing that. governor perry put me in charge. [laughter] ladies and yemen, we have time for just one question. i saw your hand go up first. please state your name and we will take your question. >> i am with u.s. border security committee. listening to your question, or your statements, is there a concern that isis may be coming to the border of the united states? -- the southern border of the united states? certainly, there is great concern that the border between the united states and mexico is unsecured. and we don't know who is using that. that will share with you we have seen historic high levels of individuals from countries with terrorist ties over the course of the last months. i will give you one anecdotal picture of what is happening. three ukrainian individuals were a ranch in far west texas within the last 60 days. i think there is the obvious great concern that the cause of the condition of the border from the standpoint of it not being secure and us not knowing who is , thatating across individuals from isis or other -- andst states could be i
hearing, this one looking safety and regulation of e-cigarettes. >>> texas republican governor rick perry is in washington, d.c. today. he is taking part in a discussion on the politics of immigration, from the heritage foundation here in washington. see his remarks live starting at 11:00 a.m. eastern on our companion network, c-span. >>> here are some highlights for this weekend. friday on c-span in prime time, we'll visit important sites in the history of the civil rights movement. saturday night at 8:00, highlights from this year's new york ideas forum, including cancer biologist andrew hessel. on sunday, q&a with new york congressman charlie wrangle at 8:00 p.m. eastern. friday night at 8:00 on c-span2, in depth with religious scholar reza aslan. retired neurosurgeon and columnist ben carson. sunday night at 11:00 p.m. eastern, lawrence gold stone on the competition between the wright brothers and glen curtis to be predominant name in manned flight. american history tv on c-span 3, a look at hollywood's portrayal of slavery. saturday night night at eight, the burning of washington. an
in seeing governor perry and giving us some time ahead of that. we do have a big poll that came out this week on immigration. it goes beyond these very simplistic questions. americans, fill-in the blank reform, and always get a high response. we took a deeper dive and a look at the immigration reform issue and the immigration issue overall. the entire 10 page memo is provided through a link and you have hard copies of it. it is there for you to see. let me go over some of the key results but also shows some of the underlying imperial evidence to some of the remarks made earlier today. in 27 years of polling, i have never seen immigration at the level where it is in terms of the american consciousness. what has happened at the border recently has brought public opinion. they see, andat seeing for the public is the first step towards believing. what is it they see and believe? thatf americans saying immigration is a top issue, that they believe congress and the president should address. that will not happen if you ask it the traditional way, what is the top issue that congress and the
the rules for the game and will rihanna, coldplay or katy perry rules for the game and will rihanna, coldplay or katy perry pay what it takes to win? >>> and we do say good morning, america. did you watch the little league world series last night? oh, it was so much fun. it was a tough game, though, for mo'ne davis. she did strike out six but faced a very tough nevada team, so they went down in defeat, but today, those kids from philly are going to face off against that other team from the south side of chicago that is really capturing -- two heartthrob stories but nevada was very good last night. >> very good team. a lot more on that. >>> but the breaking news, there's the hospital in atlanta where the two americans infected with ebola have been treated for nearly three weeks. dr. kent brantly is going home this morning. we're going to learn more about nancy writebol's discharge. abc's steve osunsami is in atlanta with the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, george. nancy writebol and her family have asked for privacy and will not attend a news conference schedu
on the u.s. homeland, this from his prepared remarks. you can hear governor perry live on c-span radio or watch him on c-span television. the event begins at noon eastern time at the heritage foundation. and those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. are some of the highlights for this weekend. find our television schedule one week in advance at c-span.org and let us know what you think about the programs you're watching. call us or e-mail us. join the c-span conversation, like us on facebook, follow us on twitter. host: for the remainder of our time, open phones. this from "the washington times." you can read more in "the washington times" this morning. "usa today" a profile of texas governor rick kerry and headline talks about his recent events. by the way, rick perry is scheduled to speak your in washington. the topic is on immigration. e-mail addresses political and -- he may address political and other concerns as well. you can see that on c-span starting at 11:00. to open phones, this is florida, democrat line. good morning. hello. i wanted to ask a question from the
at the military retirement benefits system. >> texas republican governor rick perry is in washington, d.c. today. he's taking part in a discussion on the politics of immigration. from the heritage foundation here in washington, you can see his remarks live starting at 11 a.m. on our companion network, c-span. >> here are some of the highlights for this weekend. friday on c-span in prime time, we'll visit important sites in the history of the civil rights movement. saturday night at eight, highlights from this year's new york ideas forum including cancer biologist andrew he is el. and on sunday, q&a with new york congressman charlie rangel at 8 p.m. eastern. friday night at eight on c-span2, "in depth. " saturday on after words at 10, ben carson. and summed night at 11 p.m. eastern, lawrence goldstone on the competition between the wright brothers and glenn curtis to be the predominant name in manned flight. american history tv on c-span3 on friday at eight eastern, a look at hollywood's portrayal of slavery. saturday night at eight, the 200th anniversary of the burning of washington. and sunday
: there is a story in the daily signal, picture of the texas governor, rick perry. and a story about how he's appearing in washington today, not only talking about his events of recent but to talk about immigration at the heritage foundation in washington, d.c. that event takes place at 11:00 a.m. no indication about whether he'll talk about the recent charges against him. you can watch live today at 11:00 on c-span. it's governor rick perry of texas, talking about the new politics of immigration. john, good morning from louisiana, democrat's line. caller: yes, sir. i am just wondering how many more millions of dollars american people will have to pay for all these wars and stuff. host: keep going, john. caller: i'm trying to figure out, you know, we steady spending money, my money. why don't they go over there and do what they got to do as far as the war and stuff, and take these people out. host: that means to you what, as far as do what they got to do? does that mean boots on the ground? increased air strike? what does that mean? caller: i think they need to do more air strikes and stuff
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and use the external defibrillators but do not have to be certified. >>> governor perry will be part of a panel discussion at the heritage foundation that's a conservative think tank. perry ordered national guard troop to the texas/mexico border. he said he's troubled by the influx of unaccompanied minors crossing that border. >>> the latest violence could prove to be a setback for hamas. that militant group says three of its commanders were killed in israeli air strike in gaza. a live picture here at gaza city where it's around 1:00 in the afternoon, a series of aerial attacks have sent plumes of spoke through that city today. palestinian police say six people were found dead. that attack came after indirect peace talks on a long-lasting truce broke down. >>> the california highway patrol officer who was seen on that video beating a woman on the side of the freeway has been relieved of duty. here is that cell phone video from last month. right now prosecutors are deciding on whether officer daniel andrew will face charges but police sent results of a criminal investigation to the d.
of the week. governor rick perry's indictment. >> i wholeheartedly and unequivocally stand behind my veto, and i'll continue to defend this lawful action. >> so how did the country react to how he handled the whole situation? we're going to look inside the pulse of the people coming up. >>> and everyone's got to follow the rules unless you have friends in high places like nancy pelosi. details coming up. woman: jimmy, all of these travel sites seem the same. captain obvious: tell your grandmother with the hotels.com loyalty program, she'll earn free nights. so they're not the same, because they're different. woman: jimmy's not my grandson, captain obvious. woman: man: he's my lover. no. you're thinking beneful. [announcer]beneful has wholesome grains,real beef,even accents of spinach,carrots and peas. [guy] you love it so much. yes you do. but it's good for you, too. [announcer] healthful. flavorful. beneful. from purina. no question about that. but your erectile dysfunction - a a and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and sympt
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governor rick perry will appear in washington today to speak about the border crisis and immigration politics at the conservative think tank the heritage foundation. >>> that's going to wrap it up for "way too early." "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> here's a political announcement. a political announcement. i saw already this was like two days ago. take a look at this. >> he's been called an elitist. he vacations on martha's vineyard. he has been accused of ignoring the crisis in missouri and overlooking the concerns of the african-american community. hell, i could do that. paid for by romney, 2016. >>> good morning, everybody. it is thursday, august 21st. welcome to "morning joe." a lot to get to this morning. >> boy, we do. >> on the front page of all the papers, we have got news that there was an attempt to rescue jim foley. we start there. the pentagon confirms that dozen of special operation troops unsuccessfully tried to rescue the journalist j
's the largest settlement in the 2008 meltdown. >>> happening today, texas governor rick perry will visit washington to discuss the problems plaguing his state. perry ordered national guard troops to the texas/mexico border saying he's troubled by the influx of unaccompanied minors across that border. >>> a teacher at a school in alabama is on leave after being accused of having her students re-enact the shooting of michael brown. a parent reported that the teacher had a white student act as the police officer and a black student be michael brown. the parent claim, the teacher is teaching hate. administrators are investigating. >>> the california highway patrol officer who was seen on video beating a woman on the side of the freeway has been relieved of duty. you'll remember the cell phone video from last night. prosecutors are deciding on whether daniel andrew will face charges. but police have sent a report outlining what they call serious charges for the officer. >>> miss morning, searching for survivor in a deadly landslide in japan near hiroshima. 17 people are missing. police and re
. they were give offing guns to sm smugglers. two of the guns were used to kill u.s. border agent brian perry back in 2010 after the feds lost track of thousands of weapons. more ebola concerns on american soil. most information remaining secret. a sacramento hospital not releasing many details about a patient with possible symptoms. no word on where the patient came from or what airport the patient landed in. even people inside the hospital did not know about the potential danger. >> i am speechless. i had no idea. >> that is crazy. >> we have been in this hospital all day walking around and i -- this is the first time we are hearing this. >> they should have let us know so we can take action upon ourselves instead of hearing it from you guys. we should hear it from the horses' mouth. >> the ebola death toll in west africa now topping more than 1300. >> one hacked explosives tens of thousands customers credit card information. >> lauren simonetti has what we all should know. >> ups says 51 of the retail stores in 24 states may have customer's payment card information exposed boo i a computer
dish of scrambled politics. governor rick perry has formally pleaded not guilty to felony charges against him. this a day after taking this mugshot. a spokesperson says he will now be paying for his legal fees with campaign funds. his use of taxpayer money is legal since his actions in question occurred during his time in office. >>> same-sex couples wanting to get married in virginia were supposed to start applying for licenses this morning. they'll have to wait awhile longer. the supreme court has agreed to delay an appeals court ruling striking down the gay marriage ban. the justices are expected to take up the issue next year. >>> can you believe sarah palin wants comedian tina fey to compensate her for portraying her on "saturday night live"? you bet ya. in her book she says fey should at least pay for her kid's braces or something after playing her. >> to you all who have challenged me, i do not think it's presidential for me to be splashed with ice water, so i'm simply going to write you a check. >> george w. bush getting dumped with ice water there by the former first lady
. the league reportedly reached out to rihanna, to katy perry, cold play. they're asking if they would be willing to contribute a portion of their post super bowl income to the league or if they would make some type of financial contribution in exchange for a spot in the halftime gig. there you go. >>> and the tooth fairy is pulling purse strings together a little tighter this year. according to visa, on average, she left $3.40 for every lost tooth she found under the pillow, down from $3.70 in 2013. it's still more than back in 2012 which she was only depositing $3 under the child's pillow, a toothless child's pillow. my mouth is watering a bit watching the toothbrushing pictures. when you brush your teeth, you feel all minty fresh. i'm trying to remember, what did i get under my pillow? i think i go 50 euro or something, it's worth half a danish crown, which is nothing. what do you get? my director, how much do you get? >> nothing. >> how much do you get out there? let us know what you got or what you give to your children today. what do they expect when they lose a tooth, as well. i
to predict at this time last year. this is visual one. texas governor rick perry, mugshot edition. governor perry indicted on friday, then booked on two felony counts of abuse of power haste night in texas. he will be arraigned in court this coming friday. and today we learned that he's officially entered a plea of not guilty on those two felony charges. so that's indicted republican governor visual one. this would be indicted republican governor visual two. former governor bob mcdonald walking out of court today after taking the witness stand in his own public corruption trial. bob mcdonald and his wife, maureen, are facing 13 felony counts of public corruption. the trial started last month in virginia after three weeks of culling witnesses for the prosecution. thursday last week, the prosecution in the case rested and now this week the mcdonald defense has started. we have been told that the governor was going to take the stand at some point. today was the day, he was on the stand for about two hours today. so far, his lawyers really are mounting a defense to these corruption charges that
governor rick perry is an washington, d.c. today for a discussion on the new politics of immigration. we will be live at this event, hosted by the heritage foundation and the national journal. starting at 11:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> this month, c-span presents debates on what makes america andt, evolution, genetically modified foods. issues spotlight with utterance .ealth care irs, student healt issues including global warming and fighting infectious disease. in our history to work from america's historic places. find our tv schedule one week in advance on c-span.org and let us know what you think about the programs you are watching. -3400.s at 202-626 or e-mail us at comments @cspan.org. c-span, we night on examine opposing views on climate change. channelfrom weather cofounder, who challenges the idea of global warming. here's a preview. around the world, science is focused on this great catastrophe unfolding because of man's years of fossil fuels. they are at their meetings, it was not all scientists -- it was environmentalists, politicians. a consortium of people with agendas of
journal" live every morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. texas governor rick perry is an washington, d.c., thursday for a discussion on the new politics of immigration. we will be live at this event hosted by the heritage foundation and the national journal starting at 11:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. >> this week on "washington journal," we are focusing on president lyndon johnson's vision for a great society and its impact today. you can send us an e-mail, tweet , and join the conversation on facebook.com/c-span. ,> tomorrow night on c-span greenpeace founder and humans being the cause of global warming. here's a preview. even they do not subscribe to the belief that extreme weather events are tied to global warming whether it is human-caused or not. they say there is no evidence of an increase in extreme weather events related to the warming that has occurred. gore,t, bill mcgibbon, al they perpetuate the idea that every extreme weather event is because of us. this is why we will never be able to predict the future of aboutimate other than three days, as john coleman who is coming
. if the indictment is so bad for governor rick perry why, is he smiling? next, why the charges against him could end up being good for the governor and his next career? unlimited cash back. let that phrase sit with you for a second. unlimited. as in, no limits on your hard-earned cash back. as in no more dealing with those rotating categories. the quicksilver card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on everything you purchase, every day. don't settle for anything less. i'll keep asking. what's in your wallet? we're changing the way we do business, with startup ny. i'll keep asking. we've created tax free zones throughout the state. and startup ny companies will be investing hundreds of millions of dollars in jobs and infrastructure. thanks to startup ny, businesses can operate tax free for 10 years. no property tax. no business tax. and no sales tax. which means more growth for your business, and more jobs. it's not just business as usual. see how new york can help your business grow, at startup.ny.gov . david: no wonder republican texas governor rick perry is smiling in this, his mug shot. n
southern border with mexico, governor rick perry ordering next next national guard to take up positions along the border to secure the boreder that president obama seemed to have abandoned, even aztec tech democrats -- texas democrats play political games, and indict their governor, the party leader plays. we're coming right back. >> attorney general eric holder is i in ferguson, missouri. he promises a fair investigation, but he has already joined president obama in questioning, local and state police tactics and integrity, former obama justice deputy attorney, christian adams, will joijoin me next. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7 it's just i'm a little reluctant to try new things. what's wrong with trying new things? feel that in your muscles? yeah... i do... try a new way to bank, where no branches equals great rates. lou: in the indictment of governor rick perry for political reasons, new reports that a democratic activist, was a member of the grand jury, that indicted him on alleged abuse of power charges. not only activist but that jury or reportedly
:00 eastern on c-span. texas governor rick perry is in washington, d.c., thursday, for a discussion on the new politics of immigration. we'll be live at this event. hosted by the heritage foundation and the national journal. starting at 11:00 a.m. eastern here on c-span. >> i'm greta brawner and this week on the washington journal we'll be focused on president lyndon johnson's vision for a great society. and its impact today. tune in at 7:00 a.m. eastern team and also join the conversation by calling us or sending us an email, and you can also send us a tweet and join the conversation on facebook.com/c-span. >> tomorrow night on c-span, we examine opposing views on the issue of climate change. we'll hear from greenpeace co-founder patrick moore who challenges the idea that humans are the cause of global warming. ere's a preview. >> even the ipcc does not subscribe to the belief that extreme weather events are tied to global warming, whether it's human caused or not. they say there is no evidence of an increase in extreme weather events related to the warming that has occurred. and yet, bill mc
- 0 a favor de los dragones, la nfl ha hecho una propuesta a kathy perry, rihanna... tendrÍan que pagar o recibir una contribuciÓn de sus giras mundiales para poder presentarse en el super tazÓn 2015. atenciÓn, cuadrangular de eric campbell. la pelota se fue, malo... tercera base anotaba, la tarde fue larga para los atlÉticos. cuadrangular, los mets terminaron con victoria 8-5. el juego de los gigantes y cachorros fue suspendido anoche por lluvia como no se pudo reanudar debido a que el equipo de mantenimiento puso mal la carpa para proteger el cÉsped de la lluvia. los gigantes apelaron y ganaron, el juego se deberÁ reanudar maÑana desde la quinta entrada con el marcador 2 - 0 a favor de los cachorros, y luto en el fÚtbol mexicano, muriÓ el ex tÉcnico de cruz azul, tiene 60 aÑos de edad, muriÓ de un infarto al corazón. debutÓ con el equipo de monterrey en 1975, terminÓ su carrera como jugador en 1000 objetos 84 con el atlÉtico potosino. >> vamos con un adelanto del clima. >> feliz miÉrcoles, vamos a hablar de las condiciones para nosotros, hay entrada de humedad e
to get her kids not to ignore her phone calls. and now how everybody can do it. >>> and later, katy perry and rihanna, what the nfl wants them to do if they want to perform at halftime at the super bowl. >>> back now with this story that may well strike a chord with parents who can't get their own kids to respond when trying to reach them on their cell phones. one very resourceful mom, who just happens to be a military veteran, looked into how to solve it and built an app just for that. and put it this way, it could go over big among her fellow frustrated parents. our report tonight from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: it's a pet peeve among so many parents, kids never seem to answer their cell phones when we call. do you always respond right away to mom's cell phone messages or her texts? >> definitely not. >> reporter: you don't? >> no. >> reporter: c.j. also ignores calls. >> yeah, i have. >> reporter: you have? >> yeah. >> reporter: for how long? >> maybe a couple hours. >> reporter: now parents have an answer to that. a cell phone app called ignore no more that disables their kid's
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, within moments, perry tweeted this saying get your i stand with perry bumper sticker today. the tweet links to an on-line form where people can donate for a sticker. >>> and eric holder arriving in ferguson to visit with the family of michael brown earlier this afternoon. >>> last night fortunately was much calmer in ferguson, missouri, as the focus now turns to the investigation. today, the grand jury started to hear evidence in the death of michael brown as attorney general holder prepared to meet with federal agents doing the investigation on that case. marcy gonzales has more from ferguson. >> reporter: attorney general eric holder in ferguson today visiting with law enforcement and meeting with federal agents investigating michael brown's death. >> the mere fact that he is here means that there is more transparency and we have an opportunity to seek more full justice. >> reporter: pursuing justice with a grand jury starting to hear evidence in the case today. >> they will have absolutely everything that there is. every piece of paper and photograph. every bit of physical evidence
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perry on immigration issues. he will speak at an event hosted by the heritage foundation, beginning 11:00 eastern. see that live, thursday on c-span. now back to our issue spotlight programming, looking at the gm recalls with testimony from gm ceo mary barra. in front of a senate subcommittee last month. this portion is 45 minutes. >> members of the committee, before i begin i want to say those who lost loved ones and those who are injured i'm deeply sorry. i know we as a company and i personally have a responsibility to make sure this never happens again. i'm the general counsel of at general motors company. i have worked for g.m. for 37 years. prior to that, i was an assistant u.s. attorney and before that, i clerked for the honorable vincent j. brennan of the michigan court of appeals. as you are aware, the investigation conducted by anton valukas revealed the failures behind the ignition switch recall including failures on the legal staff. when ms. barra testified before this committee on april 2, a number of you, including you, chairman mccaskill, raised serious and important ques
deaths have been reported today. still ahead, bret baier in texas with a look at rick perry's legal troubles and political adventures. >> first, alaska and louisiana, two big states in the pick six as republicans try to wrestle control of the senate away from democrats. i'm j-a-n-e and i have copd. i'm d-a-v-e and i have copd. i'm k-a-t-e and i have copd, but i don't want my breathing problems to get in the way my volunteering. that's why i asked my doctor about b-r-e-o. once-daily breo ellipta helps increase airflow from the lungs for a full 24 hours. and breo helps reduce symptom flare-ups that last several days and require oral steroids, antibiotics, or hospital stay. breo is not for asthma. breo contains a type of medicine that increases risk of death in people with asthma. it is not known if this risk is increased in copd. breo won't replace rescue inhalers for sudden copd symptoms and should not be used more than once a day. breo may increase your risk of pneumonia, thrush, osteoporosis, and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pre
of the super bowl. and guess what? the musicians said, no thank you. so take a look here. rihanna, katy perry, coldplay, said will you contribute part of the proceeds and give it back to the nfl? who's going to want to do that? since when is the nfl a charity, i ask you? yeah, a little bizarre. >> it's a big stage. i think it's a mistake -- >> they're big stars. >> i know, you're correct. you perform at halftime, and you're an immediate big star. >> the point is you're supposed to be, like, psyched to be able to go there to begin with. >> mine is about a fellow named herman goldman who is 101 years old. this is his birthday. congratulations. this is the big story here. he's still working. he's been in the same plant factory in new jersey, wonderful new jersey, for 73 years, and the only person i know who will do it that long is bill o'reilly. >> oh, my gosh. you have now done it. yeah, cool, great job, bob. are you going to eat those? >> now it's time for "greg's secret to happiness." >> look what i found in the vending machine at fox news. chuckles. know why it's the secret to happiness. if
'll come and be rhianna. ♪ >> but the big question now the nfl asking cato perry rhianna and cold play to pay for the super bowl half time show? >> ♪ >> the nfl now is asking the super bowl half time performers to pay to be able to perform. wall street journal claims that bold suggestion got a chilly reception from the candidates reps while the inform fl tells us quote our only goal with the pepsi super bowl half time show to put on the best show for the millions of fans who watch. our contract arrangements with artists are confidential. plus robin williams remembered. >> certainly be something that will honor the work that robin did in television. >> host seth myers will turn to robin's dear friend billy crystal to offer a poignant tribute to robin during the live show monday on nbc and sarah will sing hercules in robin's memory. >> preps are on schedule. >> who did you call for advice and help? i know you have lot of funny friends. >> i talked to amy and tina, jimmy a lot of my old snl friends have hosted. they've been helpful. >> we're in the home stretch and things are coming to
about it because i want to satisfy the republican base. or the suggestion that comes from rick perry who's not the brightest bulb, but who does understand that base, that primary base, that somehow or other this has nothing to do with race. race is written large all off this. beginning with the fact that you have a young african-american teenager shot by a white policeman, six times, twice in the head. it's almost inconceivable to justify that looks more like execution than it does an act of self-defense. then have you it occurring in a town like ferguson. 60% african-american with virtually no african-americans in city government or on city council or on the police force. so you have a -- look, this is a situation that just tells us that there is a problem in america that we have to face and deal with. from henry lewis gates to trayvon martin to michael brown. racism is a sin of american history and literally a mortal sin in too many police departments. >> but it seems that paul ryan is coding to his colleagues in congress on the republican side, you know, we can run this country and we
little leaguers. rihanna and katie perry are two stars that will head line next super bowl half time show but nfl may make them pay to play. you heard us right. would stars who are used to making millions actually give money to the nfl. i don't know, what do you think. >> i wouldn't give the nfl a dime. >> i knew you were going to say that. >> why would they, they make billions. eagles defense, has in the been good enough in the first two preseason games. been good enough in the first two preseason games. ahead in sport sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this parade honoring america's troops. which is actually quite fitting because geico has been serving the military for over 75 years. aawh no, look, i know this is about the troops and not about me. right, but i don't look like that. who can i write a letter to about this? geico. >>> nfl isn't
to play. the nfl asked cold play, katy perry and rihanna if they would be willing to make a financial contribution to the league. including a portion, perhaps, of their post super bowl tour income. >> that's just greed, you think? >> you don't need that money. >> why do they need to pay to play? it will be a quiet half show. >> you know, it's the largest stage. you will not have this many viewers ever. >> that seems greedy. all right, ice bucket challenges don't always go as planned, plus the symbol to what they are calling ice bucket fails. yup. >> i like what you said there. oh ouch. he just got hit in the face. >> the bucketing continues. all right, and when we continue, you will not believe the length some businesses are going just to get you in their store. we'll show you coming up. >> a new study is linking heart deaths to a common antibiotic. i'm michelle in new york. the full report coming up. >>> in tonight's tough alert a new study is linking heart death to a common antibiotic. >> are you or someone you know at risk? >> repor
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